In John Maxwell’s book “Failing Forward”, he writes: “the difference between average people and achieving people is their perception of and response to failure.”
You’ve had failures. I’ve had failures. All of us have had failures. How do you learn to look beyond the failure? How should you respond to failure today?
Steve Jobs said, “Your time is limited so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”.
In today’s podcast Pastor Gene and Kelly tackle the difference between being original and being authentic as well as how to lead through change and to avoid the status quo.
In today’s podcast, Pastor Kelly answers 3 questions about coaching others through a crisis. Crisis come in all shapes and sizes. Some are a crisis in relationships, some in finances, others focus on team conflict and leadership conflicts. Sometimes a crisis pushes us out of our comfort zone. It’s part of our churches culture to “never waste a crisis”. So, how do you coach someone in a crisis to stir up and anchor themselves in a place of strength and self-identity beyond the crisis?
Christian Simpson, a professional coach, says “coaching is transformational”. How do you adapt your communication skills when you’re coaching a young leader who is reluctant to believe in their full potential?
Are you inadvertently doing one of these 11 mistakes, compromising your listening and communication skills?